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Since film photography’s re-emergence among enthusiast photographers, manufacturers have been trying to mix the best of film and digital into a single camera, with attempts from digital cameras with built-in printers to the film-digital hybrid Fujifilm SQ10. But classic film company Yashica may have just launched the most unique hybrid camera yet, even as the firm comes out of a ten-year hiatus — the Yashica Digifilm Y35.

The Digifilm Y35, teased in September, functions like a film camera with mechanical dials and no LCD screen — and photographers even have to “wind” before shooting. But the Y35 has interchangeable digital guts, or Digifilm. Instead of swapping out film cartridges and paying to get each roll developed, photographers swap out Digifilm cartridges to switch the look of each photo.

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